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the islamist threat to this country. now, all of that having been said, what are we doing wrong? >> well, fred, look. number one -- first of all, thanks for being here and taking the time to do this. number one, we cannot identify the enemy. terrorism is only a tactic. there is a well defined, well established ideology that motivates the terrorism. i describe in the book, fred, i have sat down with al-qaeda-linked terrorists face to face, associates of osama bin laden who have told me we're not doing this because of poverty, not because of the israeli/palestinian conflict. we are doing this because islam's core texts command us to do it. now, that's very politically incorrect, but this is no time to mince words, fred, as you know. and this is not me saying it, it's the bad guys saying this themselves. we should, in this case at least, we should heed their words. .. >> but what it has always been is a deep commitment to islam and from what i can tell, strict islam, shari'a law. shari'a law, as you define it -- >> guest: well, let them ask you, you do a great description of what shari'a is. why
with the wonderful fred astaire is the one i will remember fondly. it proves that plans to not always go smoothly, even if you are a first lady. fred astaire was a guest at a state dinner. like every other american woman who was ever seen a movie, i was dying to dance with them. as a trained dancer, i knew i could keep up. after dinner, the guests were dancing to the music of the marine corps band. i got up my nerve and i marched up to him and i asked him to join me on the dance floor. he was very charming, and explained that he really wasn't much of a ballroom dancer. he only danced to carefully choreographed numbers. i think he was trying to tell me, i won't dance, don't ask me. i did not take the hint. [laughter] i coaxed him out on the dance floor and we started, never missing a step. my ego was busting at the seams. my husband approached. he explained that our guest of honor was leaving. i know my husband has seen all the same movies that i have. apparently, he did not understand the full impact of the latest do a vote was having none me. reluctantly, i excused myself and my husband left me
mubarak has collapsed into a coma. let's go to fred in cairo. tell us what you can about mubarak's condition. >> reporter: hi, we're still trying to verify that information here in egypt. but the information that we've gotten is that mubarak's lawyer, the man representing him, said that mubarak fell into a coma at midday egyptian time and the lawyer also saying that mubarak's health deteriorated throughout the day and then he finally fell into a coma. now, conflicting to that, the hospital where mubarak is being treated in the town says he has not fallen into a coma. so there are conflicting reports as to what is going on. some news agency reports are saying that it's not unusual for him to dip in and out of a coma but his situation is still a very stable one and we've also reached out to the health ministry here in egypt and that basically says that it has no information as to whether or not hosni mubarak is in a coma. what we have to know about the situation is that his health, since he's been ousted from power has been deteriorating. a couple months ago he collapsed during an
is at csi camp this morning. >> reporter: i am trying to figure out who didn't like fred. dead fred is our victim we and he are trying to figure out who dun it. you are right we signed up for the first ever csi camp it is your chance for your kid to be an actual crime scene investigator, the opportunity is coming up in a few weeks we will tell you how to take part live later. >>> just complementing folks in the studio first a trivia question in which american city is the greatest amount of ketchup eating? would you think new orleans? >> i wouldn't. >> new york city? >> probably. >> perhaps the golden gate city. >> the golden gate city. >> what is san francisco nickname tucker? >> whatever san francisco tucker you spent a lot of time there how do you not know that? answers coming up later if you want to take a guess head to our facebook page myfoxdc.com fox 5 morning news is back after the break  [ mr. connally ] i was paying too much with cable. it was crazy! paying so much you want better quality. it was like you were trapped because that was the only system that was in ou
to catch a baseball. nbc's fred roggin has more. >> thank you, veronica. in an erie coincidence, almost a year to a day that a man fell out of the stands and fractured his skull, it has happened again. only this time the fan died. the rangers josh hamilton joined the ball -- that man was trying to catch it. he tumbled over the railing and tumbled 20 feet. withins say he was conscious. he had died at a local hospital. the team was heavy-hearted about this. hamilton, who threw the ball, was destroyed. our thoughts and prayers go out to the family. >> fred roggin, thank you. >>> now here's a look at other stories making news early today in america. approximately 200 pounds of dynomite set one pennsylvania bridge out with a bang. the bridge that stood for the last 111 years came crashing down. the bridge was determined to be structurally deficient. a new bridge has been not just a few feet south of the old one. sfwlirchlgts a couple of milwaukee teens involved in this mob of vandals and thieves have been arrested thanks to their mother. yeah, the mom recognized her 13-year-old daughter and
while trying to catch a baseball. fred roggin has the details. fred? >> thank you, veronica. in an eerie coincidence almost a year to the day that man fell out of the stands in arlington and suffered a fractured skull, it has happened again only this time the fan died. josh hamilton throwing the ball to the fans. if that man was trying to catch it. he tum beld over the railing and fell 20 feet. a witness said he was conscious when paramedics arrived. the team announced afterwards that he had died at a local hospital. the team was heavy hearted about this. hamilton, who threw the ball, was distraught. our prayers go out to the friends and family. >> now here's a look at some other stories making news early today in america. approximately 200 pounds of dynamite sent one pennsylvania bridge out with a bang. hundreds watched as the bridge that stood for the last 111 years came crashing down. the bridge was determined to be structurally deficient. a new bridge has been built just a few feet south of the old one. >>> in utah, a pair of conjoined robins are reaping the benefits of being in the
this very, very conservative vest. well, fred, i have to tell you, as someone who lives here in southern california, i take the 405 all the time. this is definitely, definitely eerie to see. no cars on the roadway. this is something that is so unprecedented, it would never, ever happen -- of course, the world isn't coming to an end. it's just a big project, a $1 billion project that wraps up hopefully if things go as scheduled monday morning. right now, what you're looking at are construction crews hard at work behind me. they're demolishing a portion of this bridge. when i say busy, this artery is busy, 500,000 cars pass through it each day. millions hit this freeway each week. it's a big deal. so far we've gotten a really interesting update i'll tell you about in a sec. i saw cnn take the pictures live a short time ago. hopefully you turned it around for us. it was pretty cool stuff. knocking off chunks and chunks of those cement blocks at the top there, really, really hard work, a big, big project to tackle. but it seems that things are ahead of schedule. they're tearing down just a p
? >> no, fred. in new york city, the lottery, about some 800 newlyweds are going to tie the knot in new york city. it's going to be quite festive and gay in new york city tomorrow. that's all i can tell you. >> festive and gay. >> they can do it in the state of new york. but like you're talking, fred, many, many state dos not recognize this. the federal government does not recognize it and you know what happens when there's a conflict between federal law and state law. federal law always wins. they cannot file joint tax returns. they cannot get spousal benefits. there's a lot of problems. there's a lot of litigation that's going to arise as a result of this -- >> wait, fredricka. is fredricka asking if a minister has to perform it? was that the question? >> i thought there were some religious institutions that have already said that, we are not going to perform a marriage even though the state law says that it is allowed in new york. >> right. the answer is that -- they're not compelled. the only thing that gay people are entitled to do if they want same-sex marriage is to go to a gover
regained consciousness after falling into a coma. let's bring in fred pleitgen. >> hosni mubarak's health is an issue here in egypt. keep in mind when we heard earlier today is that the lawyer for hosni mubarak said he was in a, quote, deep coma, he fell into that coma midday local time and that the lawyer was on the way to the hospital and didn't know whether or not hosni mubarak would ever regain consciousness. now, the hospital for itds part as you said, said, yes, he did lose consciousness. he fainted for a while earlier today. but regained consciousness quite shortly after that. they're also telling us that apparently it's not uncommon for mubarak to faint every once in a while. simply because his health is so problematic. the reason why this is such a big issue here in egypt, fredricka, is because mubarak is due to stand trial on august 3rd for atrocities allegedly committed during his reign here of almost 30 years in power. and, of course, during the revolution that started on january 25th and that eventually led to him being ousted. so a lot of people are watching very, very close
right, fred, it could start a trend out here, but i have a feeling that koreen will be driving around with those three screaming kids again because everyone is addicted to their cars out here. >> that will resume on monday i'm sure. >>> all right, overseas, a cnn crew in the line of fire. >> there's gun fire, all around us. and we believe that -- >> that's our ben we eet's our . [ woman ] we take it a day at a time. that's how it is with alzheimer's disease. she needs help from me. and her medication. the exelon patch -- it releases medication continuously for twenty-four hours. she uses one exelon patch daily for the treatment of mild to moderate alzheimer's symptoms. [ female announcer ] it cannot change the course of the disease. hospitalization and rarely death have been reported in patients who wore more than one patch at a time. the most common side effects of exelon patch are nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. the likelihood and severity of these side effects may increase as the dose increases. patients may experience loss of appetite or weight. patients who weigh less than 110 po
players including minnesota vikings linebacker fred mcneil a closer look at impack of those hits. >> you talk about the conversations that we had, you know, two weeks ago and three weeks ago or a month ago or whatever, and -- and i don't remember. >> reporter: if we saw each other again, would you remember me? >> his answer, right after the break. but i did. they said i couldn't get elected to congress. but i did. ♪ sometimes when we touch ha ha! millions of hits! [ male announcer ] flick, stack, and move between active apps seamlessly. only on the new hp touchpad with webos. [♪...] >> male announcer: now, for a limited time, your companion flies free, plus save up to 65%. call 1-800-sandals. conditions apply. >>> you talk about the conversation that we had you know, two weeks or three weeks or a month ago or whatever, and i don't remember. >> reporter: if we saw each other again, would you remember me? >> sanjay, i don't know. >> that was former minnesota vikings linebacker fred mcneill talking with our dr. sanjay gupta about how all the hits and concussions he endured in pro footba
in a long time. tight end fred davis says he's already in mid season form. and why the nationals sent roger bernadina down >>> we are record-breakers here in washington and the washington area, in fact. temperatures soaring up into the triple digits. i'm having trouble with this. triple digits today. john schriffen is out in clarendon, virginia now, i'm in an air-conditioned studio. john is not. so what's it like out there, john? z. >> tough times out here. as you can see behind me, fountain not even on, not much relief. we've got a hot breeze coming through here. so not cooling us off one bit. here in clarendon, a lot of people have decided to stay inside, enjoy the nice air conditioning. but it's interesting. earlier we spent time in the district and found plenty of people trying to make the most of their time outside. ♪ >> reporter: thousands of cue dogs are taking over downtown d.c. brothers from omega fraternity are in the town for the weekend, celebrating their 100th anniversary. they come from all over the country and are welcomed to our region by this extreme heat. >> actually, i
hopkins children's center. fred bealefeld talked about the police presence that will be available to keep people safe. >> over and over and over again, it is these maniacs with guns. we're going to keep working hard to get more and more and more people off the street. >> police commissioner fred bealefeld would not talk about the number of police officers on hand last night. he said it would have been in the hundreds. there was maryland state police, mdta officers. as for how something like this could have happened at the inner harbor, the police commissioner is expected to address all questions at a news conference later this morning. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> to live. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. to concerns about safety keep you from attending a large events? you can share your response at wbaltv.com and on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> police continued to search for a gunman who shot and killed a man outside of a rosedale nightclub. george bryant was shot and later died. police believed the shooting may
to judgment. but clearly and admittedly the d.a. has big problems with this case, fred. >> susan, what has strauss-kahn been doing now that his house arrest, so to speak, is over? has he left the premises? have you seen anything about what his day-to-day is now going to be like? >> reporter: well, it's become a real media scene as it has been from the start. you can see over my shoulder a ring of photographers. that was prompted because a little while ago, someone went inside. and so the thought is, maybe they'll be leaving. there's certainly no reason for them to live in this location anymore now that he's been released on his own recognizance. he doesn't have his passport back. but he can move about the city and move about as long as he makes sure he's back for his next court case. we saw a busload of senior citizens snapping photos as they passed by this very short street. we know he went out for dinner last night. he and his wife went out to a restaurant to have dinner and cameras, of course, pictured him when he came back in. but certainly his legal team and sources have said, perhaps
more about this. josh? >> hey, fred. nasa wants to send people to space in one of these. take a look. and also, how about sending some more robots to space? i will show you what the u.s. is doing to try to maintain the lead in the solar system. ♪ ♪ you are my sunshine ♪ my only sunshine ♪ you makes me happy ♪ when skies are grey ♪ you'll never know, dear ♪ how much i love you ♪ please don't take my sunshine away ♪ [ male announcer ] as long as there are babies, they'll be chevy's to bring them home. ♪ [ slap! slap! slap! slap! slap! ] [ male announcer ] your favorite foods fighting you? fight back fast with tums. calcium rich tums goes to work in seconds. nothing works faster. ♪ tum tum tum tum tums >>> shuttle "atlantis" is in the middle of its last trip to the international space station. the final space shuttle mission began yesterday with a flawless launch from the kennedy space center. the astronauts woke up today just before 4:00 a.m. eastern time when mission control played "viva la vida" by coldplay. "atlantis" will dock with the space station tomorrow.
case that has stunned this nation. fred? >> this was a very tough day with this sunday and the king and queen being at that ceremony tearfully. how has this community been able to kind of help support one another? >> reporter: yeah. it has. you're right. there was -- that was emotional. there was another one here, actually, as well at which the prince and princess attended. the king and queen were at the one in oslo. people are pulling together. this place that we're at here, this is a hotel that's been turned into a crisis center, welfare center if you like for the parents, the survivor. there have been dozens and dozens of people here over the past couple of day. many have returned home to begin the process of healing at home. there are still some here and even new arrivals coming for the grief counseling. we've seen the prime minister here. we've seen the prince and princess. we've seen five or six government ministers, the government really trying to gather around the families of the survivors and the victims to help them through this. inside there, fred, there are still four pa
-- three mayors, three district attorneys, and i can count three or more of -- when i put fred into the mix we have four police chiefs. a cost of home -- this has not had. there were some real problems but since we have reconvened, especially with the support of the administrator's office and the leadership of the sheriff's department, and the ongoing oversight and questioning and challenging from the board of supervisors, we are going in the right direction. if so happy to see the time lines being talked about today. if we could have the police department data in by november, we to get these other estimations to come through, for the six month and the 12 months, the progress reports -- which could be in good shape. >> as we just mentioned, we are talking about prisoner realignment. we were just doing the calendar and we think that this is fiber six sheets. -- police chiefs. there was fong, gaston. >> and now, sir. >> i think this happened when fred lau was the chief. we are at five. i think that the community has been one of the most stable forces at this table. you have my commitment that
will include it in the conversation, if we can, with the senator. next up is a call from michigan. this is fred, independent. go ahead, please. fred, good morning. caller: good morning. i'm 64 years old. all my life i've heard from people in michigan. i'm not from any other area, i'm raised in michigan. about people telling me about about people telling me about other people they know that are receiving social security, food stamps, welfare, medicaid, i will li legally. -- illegally. and people know this. is there a possibility way they can set up a reward program for turning these people in? host: thanks, fred. next up is cedar creek lake, texas. this is betty. what do you think about what's going on in washington over the debt debate? >> i think that all of the big officials up there, their salaries should be frozen and give social security a raise. we cannot live on what we get. i think obama is trying to phase us out. he gets raises and he's not doing nothing. host: debt uncertainty puts states at risk. the federal debt ceiling is already complicating life for state and local government. ma
to nbc's fred rogan? >> almost a year to the day a man fell out of the stands in arlington, texas, and suffered a fracture skull, it happened again. this time the man died. as that man was trying to catch it, he tumbled over the railing and fell 20 feet. he was conscious when paramedics arrived. the team announced afterwards he died at a local hospital. the ranger president said the team was heavyhearted about this. hamilton who threw the ball was distraught. our thoughts and prayers go out to the family. back to you. >> fred, thank you. >>> here's your first look at other news in the area today. approximately 200 pounds of dine mitt sent one pennsylvania bridge out with a bang. hundreds watch as the bridge that served for the last 111 years came crashing down. the bridge was determined to be structurally deficient. it was just a few feet south of the old one. >>> in utah a pair of conjoined robins are reaping the benefits of being in the right place at the right time. fortunately the birds were discovered by an experienced animal rescuer. the birds are connected at the wings and
dead. fred bealefeld addressed the issue of public safety. >> over and over and over again, it really is these maniacs with guns, and we're going to work and keep working hard to get more and more and more people off the street. >> the police department will have a lot of questions to answer this morning. fred bealefeld will be holding a news conference later this morning. as for the boy who was shot, he is at johns hopkins children's center and being treated for is a gunshot wound. his injury is not life- threatening. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do concerns about safety downtown keep you from attending large events like the fourth of july, and new year's eve? you can share your response at wbaltv.com and on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> that was not the only violence downtown. a man was shot and wounded in a downtown parking garage lombard street near the power plant live. the victim and his alleged attacker had been involved in a long-running dispute and happen to
. >> i was watching it at breakfast and watching fred rook frederiqricka whitfield. >>> heartbreaking story, rachel beckwith. in june the 9-year-old girl asked friends and family to donate money to charity rather than giving her birthday gifts. then last night she died from injuries suffered in a horrific traffic accident on wednesday. but her inspiring story has led to an outpouring of generosity. her goal was to raise $300 for a charity providing clean water, drinking water to people in africa and as of tonight, her website has received donations totaling more than $66,000. imagine that. you can add to this number. just go to mycharitywater.org/rachels 9thbirthday. >>> suspicious fires in north hollywood. we'll ask the fire department what's going on. is a serial arsonist on the loose? in here, the planned combination of at&t and t-mobile would deliver our next generation mobile broadband experience to 55 million more americans, many in small towns and rural communities, giving them a new choice. we'll deliver better service, with thousands of new cell sites... for greater access to
holding on to each other. >> reporter: it's just chilling stuff, isn't it, fred? it really is. he was one of several people they said who went down there and got dozens of kids off there. his first trip he took 14 off in that little boat, which is remarkable. you mentioned that anders behring breivik is going to be in court tomorrow. he is. we're told he's going to plead not guilty even though police say he's fully confessed to his crimes. he described them his lawyer says as horrible but necessary. people believe that is because he wants to go to trial so he can tell his story of hatred, fredricka. >> how typically would that court appearance unfold there? >> reporter: you know, well, it's pretty much like in the states you'd call an arraignment. it's a first court appearance. it's where the charges are fully read and presented to him. he then gets an opportunity to plead. he also under norwegian law gets an opportunity to speak. that's what everyone's going to be interested in hearing. now, we know that this is a guy that put out that manifesto of hatred against muslims in europe, sayin
at foodsafety.gov. >>> i'm freds rick ka whitfield. a check on our top story right now. there is new hope about a possible agreement to raise the u.s. debt ceiling. >> i think we're very close to being in a position where hopefully i can recommend to my members they take a serious look at it and support it. >> and get it done when? >> soon. >> today? >> soon. >> certain things i think are finally agreed on. we're not going to accept the republican approach that says we have to revisit this issue on the debt ceiling every few months. we need a long-term extension of the debt ceiling for the economy. secondly we'll make a significant down payment on our debt as part of this debt ceiling extension and set up a mechanism for longer term savings when it comes to the debt. the key element that we're really wrestling with is the enforcement mechanism. >> the obama administration says the government will default on its loans unless the debt ceiling is raised before tuesday. we'll have much more on these latest developments at the bottom of the hour when the newsroom begins after fareed zakaria gps begi
? a question in a lawsuit filed by 75 former players including former minnesota vikings linebacker fred mcneil. he gives us a closer look at the impact of those hits. >> i meet people and they talk about the conversation that we had, you know, two weeks or two weeks ago or a month ago or whatever and i don't remember. >> reporter: if we saw each other again, would you remember me? >> his answer right after the break. ineering goes into every one. like variable valve timing and turbocharging, active front grille shutters that close at high speeds, and friction reducing -- oh, man, that is complicated. how about this -- cruze eco offers 42 miles per gallon. cool? ♪ should i bundle all my policies with nationwide insurance ? watch this. on one hand, you have your home insurance with one company. and on another hand, you have your auto with another. and on another hand, you have your life with another. huh... but when you bundle them all together with nationwide insurance... ... they all work together perfectly-- and you could save 25%. wow... it's all in the wrists. ♪ nationwide is on you
tense right now. what's behind the move right now to withhold aid? >> that's right, fred. there's a couple of things at play here. part retaliation for basically not cooperating on terrorism. putting pressure on the pakistani government to do more. also pakistckistan threw out ab 100 army trainers after the u.s. raid on the bin laden compound. white house chief of staff bill daley on the talk shows this morning spoke about this. let's take a listen to what he had to say. >> they have been an important ally in the fight on terrorism. they've been victim of enormous amounts of terrorism. but right now they have taken some steps that have given us reason to pause on some of the aid which we were giving to their military. and we're trying to work through that. it's a complicated relationship and a very difficult complicated part of the world. >> now, fred, that $800 million is about one-third of all u.s. security assistance to pakistan. where is it going? a couple hundred million of that, about $300 million, is to reimburse the pakistanis for some of the troops they sent to the bord
, they're still working, what they're doing, fred, they're entering another phase of demolition. they're assessing which equipment they're going to be using. so far, so good, they're hoping if this continues, things will change between now and this evening, tomorrow, by monday morning, 5:00 local time, so people beginning their busy commutes can hit this stretch again. so a lot of people looking around me, coming out with cameras. these hillsides packed with people, and they're mesmerized by this. some people are taking advantage of it, fred. >> well, i'm glad that everybody's happy about the progress so far. so this campaign got a lot of help. a lot of help from celebrities too who were tweeting, encouraging people to stay off the roads. >> reporter: they did. and celebrities have an important voice in this town. tom hanks tweeted, thank god i won't be in l.a. for the 405 closing, i'm not mad, lol. the kardashians, khloe said seems like a very good weekend not to be in l.a. ashton kutcher, though, he said lapd asked me to tweet 405 freeway between 10 and 101 closed july 16th and 17th
haven't seen in 20 years. fred dean just got into the hall of fame this year. he'll be there tonight. >> greet see fred. >> we'll have video at 11:00. >> thanks a lot. thousands show off at comic-con. the special guest thahahahaha >> the world famous comic-con is in san diego this weekend. fans just can't get enough. >> tickets first door! >> some of the big highlights on day three of the convention, france ford coppola introduced his new movie, and fans got a sneak peek at the newest comic book turned musical, "the amazing spider-man." this year, steven spielberg's first appearance ever at comic-con. >> how many here have ever read a tintin book? >> comic-con wraps up tomorrow. >>> the oakland zoo today encouraged visitors to feed the animals. the zoo held feast for the beasts today. the rare sun bear got a rare treat because zoo visitors were encouraged to donate fresh produce to those animals, and everyone who donated got a free ticket for a free train ride. that's it for abc7 news. i'm alan wang. thanks for watching. we'll see you tonight at 11:00.x
waiting for his return to the golf course will have to wait a little longer. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. after years of dominating golf, tiger woods quickly becoming a forgotten man. he has not played in a tournament in months and announced yesterday that he will miss next week's british open because of nagging injuries. tiger can't get healthy, but albert pujols recovered from a broken wrist a month ahead of schedule, and he is expected to start tonight. the cards did just fine without him against the reds. matt holiday hit a pair of home runs, and st. louis won it 8-1. yankees derek jeter is two hits closer to 3,000. picked up a single on the slow roll over third. eerily similar to a play that was ruled an error on monday. this went jeter's way. then in the second the two-run double wr in the gap. yanks beat the indians the-2. great finish between the red sox and blue jays. tying run at second. mcdaniels at left. encardinal hustles home. darnell nailed him. what a finish. sox won it 3-2. in washington where michelle oba
joined the club. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >> good morning, first the nfl and now the nba. the league has locked out their players after a collective bargaining agreement ended at midnight. all official business put on hold unless the two sides come to an agreement. they won't be playing basketball in the fall. there's always tennis, and no one is going to lock them out. maria sharapova won in straight sets to advance to her first level of final in seven years. the women's final is tomorrow on nbc. >>> then there's baseball. cubs and giants. pablo sandoval. chicago's giovanni stepped up and belted one in the bottom of the 13th. two games, two walk-offs for the cubs. they won it 5-2. phil advisory a great pitching staff, but they took a hit against the red sox. a line drive took off his glove and bruised his right hand. jason varitek had to leave the yard twice. a pair of hummers. a win in filly, 5-2. >>> if you have a 3d tv, this is for you. get your glove ready. a foul ball right into your living room. sabathia struck out 13 for his
with a snow ball. fred slade shows us how one local fan is helping customers deal with the heat. >> reporter: ice, ice and more ice. >> it is a hot day. i want something nice and cold. you can't beat bob's snow balls. >> reporter: it is a baltimore tradition of keeping cool by eating a snow ball no matter what flavor you like. >> i got fruit punch. it's good. >> typical female. diet chocolate. >> i got nemeo because it is the best flavor here and also it is really hot out and it is really hot out. >> reporter: it is the snow ball effect. it is also a nice cool down after a workout. >> we just came back from running on the track. and we wanted to cool down so we came and got snow balls. >> we were on the track and we were hot so we came here to cool off. >> as it gets hotter we see a lot more people. it gets to the point where it is over 100. like we had a month or so ago people stopped coming because it was too hot. when it is hot out like this we are definitely busy. >> it is cold and tastes good. >> nothing like a snow ball on a hot day. >> one of my splurges or a real hot day. >> it is
added in a back-and-forth seesaw battle. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. a night after playing a 16 inning marathon with the red sox, the rays went down to the wire against the yankees. no rest for the weary. rays just out to an early lead. evan longoria out to an early pair. tampa led 3-1 after one. they couldn't hold on. yank would tie it, and then in the ninth alex torres walked in the go-ahead run. yanks beat the rays 5-4. >>> red sox scored just one run in the six-hour game with tampa and exploded for eight in the eighth last night against the orioles. fresh off the dl, carl crawford made an immediate impact. picked up an rbi and a couple runs scored. red sox may be running on empty, but they had plenty in the tank to beat the os 15-10. >>> now cubs and phillies. halliday's first start didn't go so well. ramirez gave chicago an early lead with a solo shot to left. not only did the cubs get to halliday, but so did the heat. hall day couldn't finish the fifth and left the game with heat exhaustion. cubs won it 6-1. the natio
one of the greatest players from a brief injury absence. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. if you woke up with aches and pains today, keep in mind the cardinal's albert pujols recovered from a broken forearm in two weeks, an astonishing two months ahead of schedule. keep in mind pujols makes $14.5 million a year, and that can make anyone feel great. an immediate impact. rbi single to the seventh. they tied in the ninth. however, they couldn't get over the hump. hernandez doubled in the go-ahead run to the 13th, and the reds hung on to win it 9-8. >>> another game. another hit for derek jeter. doubled off the wall in the eighth. a bright spot for the yanks. they lost 5-3 to the indians. jeetser needs three more hits for 3,000 as the yanks head back to new york. >>> a city in south korea was awarded the 2018 winter olympics. they've become the first asian city outside of japan to win the games. >>> rough day for the u.s. drive down the swedish forward in the box. that's a penalty kick. you won't miss too many of those. minutes l
to make. here's nbc's fred roggin. >>> good morning. if you're a mets fan and you like jose reyes you probably woke up with a pretty big smile on your face. the team says they will not deal their all-star short stop at the trade deadline. the same cannot be said for carlos beltran. he'll likely be dealt, stayed that way until the tenth with a walkoff home shot, 6-5 win. astros and nationals tied in the 11th. michael singled in the game, and houston walked off with a 3-2 win. and throwing the first pitch at wrigley, the windup and watch out. it sailed over the catcher into the back stop and only got worse for the cubs. rawlins homered, and phills won big 9-1. boston hit a pair of homers. beautiful day in san francisco, great conditions to break out the old kayak. just make sure to watch out for flying baseballs. the dodgers got one in the seventh, a flash shot into mccovey voev. man overboard. that was a souvenir worth swimming for. he got the ball and dodgers got the win over the giants. and tough day for guillen, a foul ricochetted off the net. it nailed him right in the face. they s
no hitter by an angel in nearly 27 years. here's fred roggin. >> good morning. you know it's not how you start it's how you finish, that summed upper v ervin santana's game perfectly. an error, stolen base and this led to an unearned run. from there, santa in a cruised, struck out ten, had a little help from his friends. kendrick, great diving stop to get the runner at first and preserved the no-hitter. deep shot to center, but not deep enough. third no hitter this season. about the only thing that could cool santana was an ice bath after the game. after a blown call ended a marathon, braves and pirates needed extra innings last night. this time, no doubt about it, a singled run, and safe, no controversy, just another braves win, 2-1. tonigh a home run against the reds, 11 rbi six games back. and they traded slugger beltran to the giants. >>> speaking of wheeling and dealing, notable deals in the nfl, mcnabb to the vikings, cobb to the cardinals and the jets agreed to santonio holmes. free agency begins tomorrow. and nothing more fun than a good wedding, a boston couple took it to a whol
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